OBITUARY

Pat Holly

January 25, 1956May 7, 2019

PAT HOLLY age 63, passed away May 7, 2019. Beloved daughter of the late Fred and Loretta Holly; dearest sister of Nancy Streng and Roy Holly (Dawn); dear aunt of Bryan Streng (Elizabeth Novak) and Erin Gerney (Ryan). Funeral Services 12:00 Noon Friday May 10th at the DiCICCO & SONS FUNERAL HOME, 5975 MAYFIELD RD. MAYFIELD HTS. OH 44124, where the family will receive friends 11:00 AM until time of service. Interment Knollwood Cemetery. Online guest book and condolences www.diciccoandsonsfh.com

Services

  • Visitation Friday, May 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 10, 2019

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Toni Auletta

May 10, 2019

I am so sad to hear of Patty 's passing! Although I may not of seen her often ,I thought of her daily! We shared so many wonderful memories together from working together at the store and running out the door to go out after, playing softball together and meetings at Inky s later, and a sharing many many laughs! I will always have a special place in my heart for you Patty!

Dorrin Birch

May 9, 2019

Dear Mrs. Holly, Nancy and Roy,

I just learned that Pat passed away suddenly yesterday. I am shocked and saddened with this news. I will forever remember "Patty," as the hot-shot shortstop of our Duct's Fabricating softball team that played in Highland Heights in the mid-late 70's. Pat was one of our most valuable players and most fun team members. Patty always had a kind word to say, a twinkle in her eye and a shy, ready smile with a simultaneous tilt of her head. She will never be forgotten.

May God speed Pat and comfort each of you at this time of great loss.

Sincerely,

Dorrin Birch, M.D.
Bowling Green, OH

Ginny Bissell

May 9, 2019

So many great memories of our old softball team in Mayfield Hts. You had such a wonderful spirit and were always smiling. Now you can be young and strong again.

Joanne Allen-Wrobel

May 9, 2019

Pat and I have been friends for 50 years. We began our friendship with the street softball games. We continued through high school, camping, and taking the rapid transit to see the Cleveland Indians. I last saw her about 15 days ago and she looked terrific. She looked strong. It is with a heavy and sad heart that I write this. I will miss her very much. She dealt with her past illness and disability with class. Love you Pat.